The Housing Authority of the County of Chester re-imagined and rebuilt its property known as Fairview Village located at the intersection of Fairview Street and Grant Street in Phoenixville, PA. This project included demolishing 26 rental units and replacing them with 36 family townhome units that are a mix of low-income and market rate housing.
Avison Young served as the Housing Authority’s Owner’s Representative, acting as a liaison between the Housing Authority, residents and other stakeholders.
- Oversight of Planning & Land Development
- Development of Master Project Budget & Schedule
- Coordination of Municipal Approvals
- Oversight of Design & Construction
- Oversight of Additional Services
- Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment
- Security & Access Control Systems
- Move Management
- Close-out Management
Prior to demolition, we successfully relocated all 26 resident families. Our effectiveness contributed to the funding of a pilot Housing and Urban Development (HUD) program designed to duplicate the success we had with the Fairview Relocation.
The HACC project finished ahead of schedule and under budget. This project was also a National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) winner for innovation.
"I would highly recommend including Avison Young as a valued member of the team!"
Dale Gravett, Executive Director, Housing Authority of Chester County